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almost a disaster. hello, everyone, we're at our new north pole studios. can you believe it? she snow skis on a wishbone, dana. surprise, this is "the five." the white house has spoken, the obama care website is a success. by their measure, why not? look at other government successes. the postal service, dmv, green jobs, war on drug, irs. obama care hit rock bottom in
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record time. it's a usain bolt, cash for clunkers. is it a success by their own claims? much like a one dimensional town in a "gunsmoke" episode is. signing up for obama care is like poking road kill with a stick. the only movement you see is from the stick. the security, the processing, everything is a joke. that's the back end. like mine after five days in the tropics, it ain't working. so, obama care's real success is showing the, private and profit standards. standards don't exist. failure unmeasured blossomed, requiring more bureau accuratcr disaster. with a loving media it's
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arsonists with publicists. democrats may fret. small, pointless battles help the media deflect from obama's hell. right now the president is monty hall and he just gave the right a brand new car. it's up to them to choose what's behind door number two instead. i feel like i'm working in one of those giants stadiums. do you feel like you're yelling? >> yes. >> but we look amazing. >> thank you. great to be back. dana, i'll go to you first. they say this is a success. working 90% of the time. if you work in a airport, if 9 out of the 10 plane stay in the sky, it's a success. >> you should get a raise for that. they set themselves up for november 30th. how many more millions of dollars, hundreds of people working, it better get better.
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they believe if they keep saying, it's going to be true. why are you laughing at me? >> these shots are a little odd. i can't pick my nose. >> i have four points that are going to be very quick and then you can move on to someone who doesn't look so weird. >> okay. >> i think they have deeper problems than this website. those are beginning to show themselves. first is price, sticker shock is a problem. obama care doesn't cover sticker shock. it's not just on the premiums, it's on the deductibles. the number of young not participating, that's like the jenga game, pulling that piece out. the third is choice, your choice of doctor. people are starting to see how narrow their choices are going to be. when the supreme court decides to look at one key part, that makes it more difficult for them to get on message and stay on message if their policy isn't working out.
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>> i counted five things. >> well, that was a bonus. bonus round. >> eric, they said 500,000 signed up instead of 800,000. >> they're saying it's working, 80% of the time, they can handle 50,000 people at a time and they hope to handle 800,000 in a day. fed iction will deliver 22 million packages today. amazon website handled 1.1 million requests per hour. produced 400 million page views. ebays will have over 400 million page views in a day. if you're in college, going to business school and you wonder, how does government stack up compared to private industry, the numbers are in their way. wait until the security problems
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start kicking in. one of the boxes you check for is that you have no reasonable expectation for security. they're giving you every reason to believe you're safe. >> and here's the point i always say, what good is the front end if you don't have a back end? that's what the problem is. i'm telling you, so far the front send working, the back end is not. greg is afraid to make eye contact with me. >> i'm saying you work the front end and back end reasonably. >> i try. you won't even be able to verify you have problem. >> the back end. >> the back end. >> speaking of the back end -- >> bob -- no, bob is -- >> poor bob. >> unnecessary, bob.
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at least that wasn't me. >> unnecessary roughness. she took an easy shot. >> kathleen sebelius' tip was to use the website in peak hours. that's like shop for christmas in march. >> my ear piece is too loud so i don't have to listen to everybody upstairs, i took it out. >> that explains a lot. >> secondly, all this doom and gloom you predicted, in california it's been a raging success. kentucky, it's been a raging success. people who have never had health insurance before, they have it. washington state. those states they set up their own computers for exchanges, it screwed up, they put it on the federal government. if the republican governors and their legislatures had stopped playing politics agreed to do something -- >> then the website would have
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worked? >> there wouldn't have been so many people on the website. >> can you explain raging success is coming 90% coming to your -- >> they signed up 910,000 -- >> they needed 7 million by march. they may get a million by the end of december. >> you keep saying it's going to cost, cost. you know with these new insur s insureds -- >> no, i'm just using your word. where do liberals get off calling this a raging success. >> i said in states where there wasn't republican obstructionism. >> you blame it on republicans? >> of course i do. >> what do you constitute failure? >> two kentucky senators -- >> their big problem. >> yes, they have to pay higher premiums but they'll be paying much less for health care. they had to shell out a lot of money on their pocket.
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that will save hundreds of billions of dollars. >> where are you getting these numbers? >> -- someone with 400 employees. he said, nobody i talked to is going to do that. he said it's crazy. 100 billion, wherever that came from, they are raging it's yots. >> i like your science. some guy you talked to told you this. >> he owns a company with employees -- >> he's a full service -- >> we can't use vivid video as an example. >> they have more than that. >> obama was interviewed by, i think her name is barbara walters, a delightful woman, about his pulling numbers and his popularity and trustworthiness. let's roll this. >> are you worried you won't be able to get things done because of this lack of support? >> well, barbara, if you remember, i've gone up and done pretty consistently throughout. the good thing when you're down,
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usually you got nowhere to go but up. >> it's hard to sit opposite you, mr. president, but a lot of the criticism is personal. people just don't think you're trustworthy. >> well, i don't think that true, barbara. the truth of the matter is i got re-elected because people thought i was trustworthy and working on their behalf. >> strange answer. strange prep for that answer, i have to say. >> what would you -- >> i think what we could have said is, barbara, i've seen those numbers, they concern me. ip the american people to know they can trust me and i'm working on their behalf. and other than, it's true. it's barbara walters looking at the gallup poll. >> it's amazing to me -- in today's american politics things move rapidly. i guarantee republicans will do something to increase the poll numbers. >> i agree. because republicans will always
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be the viable villain for the media they'll find something republicans will do to take away -- because obama is their guy. >> hopefully republicans are smart enough to stay out of obama care. you wonder why it's the topic every single day? because it needs to be. it shouldn't be -- it should be, obama care, it's epic failure -- >> as soon as the website is back up and rolling, then you get into the real problems with obama care. >> can you tell us what the agenda is for the next 30 years? >> no, that's what it should be. >> nothing, nothing. >> that's their job. >> you have to stop that. >> i think it should be climate change. >> right. the problem is dana hit it on the head because he's a discount. he's not going to acknowledgefa. he can't even accept the fact that perhaps the american people distrust him or part of this is personal. she asked a great question.
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he dodged it and missed a great opportunity to connect with the people, to thoughhue -- humility, gain their trust. because blaming it on republicans or everyone else, bad polling, isn't cutting it. >> he should have done something different. he also should have taken the opportunity to say, my trust numbers are down, i understand why. republican trust numbers are down -- >> i think that hurts him. i think people say, we have heard enough about that. what about you? you're president for the next three years. get going. >> if the election would happen today, he wouldn't be re-elected. >> that's the thing. he's not. >> i'm sorry f you're a trend reader, you are, you're a trend reader. he's under water 11%. and it's getting wider and worse up. can't step up and say, well, this is it. i'm going to show you i'm trustworthy. he has to wait until he bottoms
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out. >> only two ways to bring your numbers back up like that. do something significant, which i don't think there's more to do, or have the opposition party screw up, or i think they will, or were. >> or good economic numbers. >> they said the economy was supposed to grow according to barron's, supposed to grow 1.7% -- or 2.7%. >> or find another bin laden. >> david fluff talking about when obama was to find a bright part of the rainbow, whatever that means. >> you'll see almost every state in this country running their own exchanges. i think it will work really good then. >> there you go, 2017. >> right around the corner. >> right around the corner, kids. >> i thought they said it was working now? >> i love it. >> it's going to be awesome when he's out of office is what he's saying. >> if we stick with it.
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if we believe in the great good, this will work out. >> it took medicare six or seven years to get settled down to work. >> it works? >> of course it does. you don't think it does? >> no. >> you would like to privatize it. you and paul ryan. >> that's not what paul ryan says. >> that's not minimize what it is. i say let people keep more taxes and fund a program that isn't working and rife with fraud and -- >> $200 billion in vouchers -- >> what's wrong with re-examining it and -- >> take it out and see what happens. >> any time a republican offers some kind of option, it is demonizing as being greedy or pushing grandma off the cliff. it would be great if both sides analyzed what options were out there ee dwaqually. >> they did. that. they tried that with simpson/bowles. >> i don't know what that is.
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>> do you remember? >> no. >> could drone dlielivery, be o future. barbara walters, a saint, releases her list of 10 ten most fascinating people in the year. >> she is a saint. >> why do we care? that demate and more coming up on "the five." this is the quicksilver cash back card from capil one.
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♪ it's a great day t ♪ it's a great day to be alive ♪ i know the sun's still shining when i close my eyes ♪ cyber monday is here. while online shopping is already very convenient for millions of americans, we should know, could you imagine if your christmas packages rn delivered to your door step within minutes by a drone? it could be a reality. jeff bezos unveiled his amazing plan for the not so distant future on "6 0 minutes". >> these are octocopters,
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effectively drone but no reason they can't be delivery services. they drop to your door step, do half hour delivery and carry obs up to five pounds which covers 8 0% of the items we carry. could tb four, five years? i think so. it will work. it will happen. and it will be a lot of fun. >> kimberly, the free market at work. innovation coming out of amazon. this one got people board. >> why? >> a little background. the pr people at amazon told you we have a big surprise for you. it got everybody talking. you like the drone idea, in the middle of central park -- >> i love shopping, i love, i'm a prime member, and i love drones against pad guys but if they want to bring me presents, they can do that,
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too. i love innovation. i think it's good for economy and retail confidence and i like the technology behind it. i'm sure they'll work it out. >> they'll need an air traffic controller to take care of the number of drones coming down. >> you ain't kidding, bob. >> this give you hives, private sector, drones, anybody can do this? >> what bezos did, he doesn't believe he's going to be delivering packages within 30 minutes via drone. he's saying, we're going to innovate, bring the next best thing to the customer faster, cheaper. this doesn't look logical to me. how do you get something 30 minutes -- >> you get a pizza from domino's. >> you don't even get that. they pulled that offer because they were way too many pizzas. bezos is smart. amazon doesn't even make a profit. it's making all-time highs. it's worth hundreds of billions
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of dollars and can't turn a profit yet. they're showing the world they can innovate. >> and long term. >> they're not? >> nope, they're not profitable. >> greg, the government announced they're going to be having hearings about this. you think that's a good idea? >> if these are, indeed, miniature drones, you should be the spokesperson. >> because i can fly around on them? >> that was an insult. >> yes. but job security. >> like elf on the shelf. >> this isn't about delivering things. it's about you going to places you don't have to. if you have to go to a meeting, a drone equipped with camera and speaker, can you go to a meeting with your drone. pretty soon there will be drone parties. i don't like to go out but my wife can take my drone out with my wife and listen to kimberly drone on and on -- >> oh, you wish you came to my
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parties. >> the drone will start drinking and -- >> packages will end up on the roof. >> i've dated plenty of drones, believe me. >> aside from the drones when it comes to innovation and the private sector, i was watching that last night, because there's such a difference between and obama care and what they can innovate and the numbers you mentioned earlier. >> you're seeing the absence of human beings in the sales cycle. amazon delivers to your home. it gets delivered from a distribution center. >> correct. >> so, technology is replacing the human being with drones and trucks and things like that. but it is more efficient. listen, i'm all for it. >> we had a second grade topic. i'll ask to hold it for tomorrow and talk about the minimum wage. we have a rousing debate. i want to ask bob. do you do online shopping? >> all online shopping.
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i don't go near a store. i can't stand them. i can't stand the people. i can't stand the teenagers with their pants around their ankles and baseball caps on sideways. >> remember, you bought that $600 tanning cream thing online? you got ripped off. >> yeah. i didn't get ripped off. >> that's a good point. >> let me ask a serious question -- >> tips to avoid online scams. >> can i ask eric a quick question? >> you bet. >> how many people do you think are going to lose -- how much replacing people will these mechanical things? >> in retail now -- >> they contribute -- >> i know where you're going. that's not why obama isn't creating enough jobs. >> productivity is getting better. >> these innovations does include productivity. >> so that means some people will be replaced. >> what's worse, when better row baits replace older robots.
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where are they going to go? they have feelings too. we replace a toaster with a robot toaster. >> to your basement. >> they do. >> i lost control of all this conversation. if you go to our facebook page, we have tips to avoid scams that can happen to you if you're shopping online. we'll show it quickly here. lightning round on three hot topics in the news. bob and i are taking a victory lap after calling winners of big games. ron burgundy does the news in north dakota. new details about the tragic death of "fast & furious" actor paul walker. [ male announcer ] 'tis the season of more. more shopping. more dining out. and alo with it, more identity theft. by the time this holiday season is over, more than a million identities may be stolen.
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♪ grew up in an indiana town ♪ she grew up tall
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♪ she grew up right ♪ with them indiana boys r inst provocative stories in the news. best up -- best football game ever. alabama at auburn, here's the unbelievable winning touchdown off a missed field goal against the national champions, by the way, with no time left on the clock. >> chris davis takes it to the back of the end zone. he'll run it out to the 10, 15, 20, 25, 30shgs 35, 45, 50 -- there goes davis! he's going to run it all the way back! auburn's going to win the football game! >> mr. bob, you won the bet. take your victory lap, my mine. >> that announcer, he's not going to be able to speak for weeks. it was incredible. then i have to ask myself, the alabama coach having place kicker miss two field goals, decide to do that?
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but for the bet, the dinner, i would ask you to take me to per se -- >> per se? >> per se. which you can afford. it's french. i don't like french. >> i think i should be invited to go. i correctly predicted auburn would win because my son susan and bob gibbs went there. you don't remember? i don't get any respect around here for my football knowledge. >> we had a hidden camera in bob's den. look how happy he is over winning a dinner bet. >> go, go! you can run it out! you can run it out! oh, my god! oh, my god! oh my god! oh! oh my god! we did it! we did it! >> we've all been there, bob. congratulations.
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>> my sister's granddaughter got killed in that. but it's okay. >> what is wrong with bob? >> i love college football because it's exciting, you never know what's going to happen. they play it much more fast and loose, take chances which makes it fun to watch. >> you called it? >> yes, i did. >> i think it's disgusting as a show we would celebrate a violent sport whose only geel is to win. i fee bad for losing players. i don't think in these games there should be scores, contact or a ball. best game, 19 82, stanford/cal. this is nothing. >> i'll take this over that because that was a beauty -- >> you didn't -- >> look how awesome american sports are. >> he ran through -- i remember that game as well. >> i wasn't there. >> ron burgundy is fictional anchorman, will ferrell has been
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amazing brand builder doing dodge commercials, the leno show and he did an entire newscast in full character. >> good evening, i'm amber shotts. >> i'm amber burgundy. you look lovely. >> you, too. >> are you married? >> no. >> i am, so don't get any ideas. >> there's also movember for mustaches. >> i'm familiar that. >> i wondered about that. >> how long did it take you to grow that? >> 20 minutes. >> impressive. >> you did a good job. i can't wait to do it for real. >> i guess it's funny because i don't need to see this because i see this every day. >> whoa. >> with? >> what time do you see this? >> the thing about this is the joke's on them. that's the funny thing. >> i thought it was very
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humorous. >> i love local news. i thought she was great. i thought she was hilarious. >> where's your sense of humorer? >> what about you? >> no problem going to north dakota. they have great anchor people everywhere. by the way, i meant to say when that kid was jumping up and down and screaming, he pulled that kid next to him on the floor. i didn't mean my sister's granddaughter got killed. >> we got it. >> wow. >> i'm excited to see it. i think he's super talented, funny and a hard worker. great promoter. >> great point. he's making the brand bigger and bigger. >> i might go to the movie theater to see it. >> i don't mean turn the emotion down. we really wanted to get this in the show. tragic life imitating show, paul walker, in the passenger seat of
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his friends porsche. he died in the same still his movies produced. >> i think he's a great actor, great father. he has a little girl he's leaving behind. i'm sad for her to grow up without a father. know what that's like from my mother's side. he was making one of the installments of "fast & furious" installments. >> the only other movie i've seen besides secretariat -- >> crazy he died in the same way as his movies. your thoughts? >> here i go again. i never saw the movie, but i do feel bad for his family. and he had a lot of fans. >> he did. >> tragic loss. >> vin diesel, i'm sure he misses him. >> i guess, yes, it's sad when people die. it's not tragic.
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there were four people that were killed in a derail omement on a train who weren't racing. they died randomly in a horrible way. injured 64 people in new york city. it was a very bad accident. why are we talking about this guy? because he's famous and raced cars. those people on the train, they aren't famous, they didn't race cars. it's sad. it's sad. but tragedy is when it happens randomly. >> it sounds like the train was speeding. this is a fox news alert because it was going 82 into a 32. >> directly ahead, what do miley cyrus, pope francis, and the stars of duck desiynasty have i common? they are on barbara walters's list of most fascinating. who do we have think?
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♪ . the robertson family of "duck dynasty," edward snowden, kim kardashian, fiancee of kanye west, some of barbara walters most fascinating picks for 2013. also announced jennifer lawrence, prince george, royal baby, long distance swimmer nayad. i know you're so excited about kim and kanye. >> to put them on the same list with the pope is unbelievable to me. first of all, i feel sorry for their kid to have kanye north
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and plastic kardashian as the parents. miley cyrus? they have a porn convention every year in las vegas. she could win out there. >> so glad we started with bob. eric? >> interesting list. most fascinating people. is it the most fascinating celebrities? if you eliminate nature celebrities, which is what i would do -- it would be the pope. i think he's amazingly fascinating. 1.3 billion -- >> that's my choice. >> my number one. number two is ed snowden. a guy who literally changed the way -- >> look at the most fascinating, pope, snowden, and i hope the winner is in the middle. dana? >> i look forward to the barbara walters special because i like those end of the year lists to look back and say, what was -- you're nodding. i knew you would think that. i do think the miley cyrus pick
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was purely for ratings and not for content. i don't find her fascinating. >> there's content there but not in the brains. >> i think she missed an opportunity to pick someone in philanthropy and pick someone obscure, or someone doing something around the world, like pencils of promise or -- >> there's also -- there were several medal of honor recipients that could have been chosen and highlighted as well and they don't make the list. because it's not on the cover of "people" magazine. >> kimye, kim kardashian and kanye. they can't win. >> human beings don't walk around and say, i'm fascinated by something. you don't sit around and say, i'm fascinated. face naturing is a fake word created by people in print and tv when they have nothing else
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to say. it's a stupid, fake word. phenomena are fascinating. why we're living here on this planet, that's a fascinating concept. but when you look at a person, you don't go, oh, that's fascinating. i hate stories like these. i hate the idea of doing it on a show. it's stupid. it's a waste of time. >> did you ever play -- >> did you ever play the grinch before when you were -- >> yes, i did on "fox & friends" and they edited it out. it was so bad. come o do you go, that's fascinating. >> certainly not about miley cyrus. only certain parts -- >> people who have nothing to say. >> it's more the idea of people that are interesting. >> you think miley cyrus is interesting. >> trying to kick a 57-yard field goal and it's never happened by this kicker in alabama history. >> that's interesting. >> that's kind of fascinating. >> dana, since you like to participate in these segments, i'm for sure going to miss it because i love watching these barbara walters specials.
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i find them interesting and fascinating. >> oh, yeah, because she is important. >> i think she is important for what she's contributed to journalism. dana, 2012, the winner, general david petraeus. >> well deserved. he had won it before in 2010. >> a little trivia there. >> how about that? >> and kim kardashian. >> michelle obama, barack obama, nancy pelosi, lance armstrong, mother teresa, prince william, greenspan, and nelson mandela. barbara will pick a winner again this year. >> and kim -- whatever her name is. >> kimye. a disturbing new poll shows americans don't trust each other very much anymore. we'll try to figure out why when "the five" returns and greg will be cheerful. >> not true.
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one of the nutty things that makes america great is we're one of the many things that
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makes america great, for the most part, we're friendly people. easy to get along' with, trusting and trustworthy. according to a new ap poll, surprisingly one-third of americans say people cannot be trusted -- can be trusted as opposed to 72. and almost half of the country felt that way. record high say you can't be too careful in dealing with others. it's interesting, too, this is when the crime rates are down, which i think would be one thing that contributed to this, crime rates are down all over the country. there has to be a reason tore this. eric? >> i don't know the crime rates -- i think violent crimes are down. i don't know if trusting crimes, the thefts and bernie madoffs and things are down. i don't trust liberals. i don't trust anyone with my medical records, so i'm screwed to obama. >> you had to bring it to that. dana, go ahead. >> i think they track the way people feel about the general direction of the country. country on the wrong or right track.
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i think this is similar. i think it also has to do with major institutions failing people. can you look at the catholic church and what happened in the '80s and '90s. i think that affected a lot of people. government doesn't live up to expectations. even if you look at the financial crisis of the fall of 2008, people felt like even that institution would let them down. so, it's -- i don't know if it's in personal relationships, neighbor to neighbor, but certainly institutions have fallen away. >> greg? >> i think it's a couple of thins. one, i think it's -- it's our fault. it's the media. consumer reporters have made it impossible to trust anyone. they're always doing something catching somebody trying to rip you off. think about all the health scares and media scares of '80s and '90s where there was heavy metal being satanic in day care centers, peed fedophilia. we were to be worried about anybody with candy, hitchhikers are bad, we have created a
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divisive nature. we have people more concerned about ethnicity and gender instead of who they are. and then i think it's not a bad thing. maybe it's not bad to be skeptical. >> totally agree with that. >> what's wrong with not trusting? >> you wouldn't know how to exist without being skeptical? it would throw you completely off your game. what do i do now? hey? >> this is not a surprise to me because we had six years of economic downturn, wall street collapse, bank bailouts. these are things, the realities of the everyday life in existence of americans. of course, i'll be a little skeptical. plus, they're more well informed and they can get news and information from a wide variety of sources. online, cable newspaper, and it's all out there. i think if we continue to pull ourselves out of this and
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prosper as a nation, people might get a better attitude. >> my view, it has to do with isolation. i think people are spending less and less time engaging with one another. they're on the internet, sitting at home, going to twitter, doing all these things that keep them away -- when was the last time you saw anybody write a personal note to somebody, handwritten note. the idea of engaging people. i think you have to trust them and don't engage them and you're hiding out behind the internet, playing those ridiculous video games -- >> i think that's why a lot of crimes get -- when we talked about cincinnati or is it cleveland, neighbors weren't looking out for each other. >> exactly right. >> i want to trust you. >> just because this is a big studio -- we're borrowing our studio because we got thrown out of ours for another lower rated show. one more thing is up next. >> awful.
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it's time for "one more thing." let's start with it's time for "one more thing." let's start with k.g. you have something very deep. >> i have something deep and important. i'd like to take the next 4 1/2 minutes. please don't interrupt me because it's your birthday baby. happy birthday, britney jean, her 32nd birthday today. she was born -- >> who's that? >> brittaney spears. >> she's releasing her next album britney jean tomorrow on december 3rd. her eighth studio album. >> she looks like cher. >> not at all, bob. they don't are the same hair color? anyway, she's amazing and great. she's featured on miley cyrus' latest -- >> have you heard her sister's single? it's fantastic. i didn't even know -- >> thank you for contributing. >> are we turning into "entertainment tonight"?
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>> i put together my christmas decorations on my house. this will be the last time i do this to the home. i will do it to the best decorated apartment in new york city, that's for sure. i had thanksgiving at my ex-wife's house, a very good person, who twaent feeling good and her very good husband and two kids. it worked out. it's sad to do this the last time at the house. >> you sound emotional. >> don't make it your last. >> you going to lone me your house on jersey shore? >> do it to a stranger's house. i do that when i'm drunk. >> i had a twitter war with someone, he writes for oliver something. >> drinking from the cup. >> here are the real numbers, the facts. under president obama, four years obama's economy he's created 1.4 million jobs. get this. 927,000 of those jobs are
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part-time jobs, leaving only 46 0,000 jobs in four year. during that same period of time, check this out, 11 million people have left the workforce. you do the math. if that's success, i hate to see what failure is. >> oh, yeah. >> look at bob, snoring, stretching, burping. >> gee, that was interesting, eric. >> thank you, bob. >> so, something happened over the weekend you may not have have heard about but you can participate, freedom. ukrainian brothers and sisters who peacefully protested in kiev over the weekend because their government to try to move them away from europe closer to a russian position. that's not what the people of ukraine want. there's a twitter hash tag, euromaiden. the white house has to use diplomatic language but if you care about freedom and as americans you can show your
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support through twitter, euromaiden. help them. don't help putin. >> it's a hard story because it's complicated. >> it's complicated but i try to tackle the big stuff. >> you did. but nobody's covering it. >> you only have 20 seconds. >> banned phrase. i can't believe i didn't ban this. >> you did. >> i checked it out. i neverl office, it should not be used when describing something on the internet. it just means something has gotten popular. >> you didn't say what it was. >> going viral? >> yeah. >> i lost interest. >> don't miss an episode of "the
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the question, was it a mechanical malfunction or operator to blame. smoke billows into the sky moments after paul walker's car crashes. what police are revealing about the cause of that fiery wreck. and a real-life grinch trying to steal christmas in this neighborhood. why the community is being ordered to pull the plug on their decorations. "fox & friends first" starts right now. ♪ ♪ just to remind you two hearts meet in just one mind ♪ ♪ you know that two hearts meeting in just one mind ♪ good morning to you and your family on this tuesday. you're watching "fox & friends first." i'm ainsley earhardt. >> i'm heather childers.
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we begin with a fox news alert. >> new evidence shows the train was raying at nearly three times the speed limit when it took that dangerous curve. the metro north train clocked i. all 7 cars jumped the tracks killing four people injuring dozens of others. the ntsb trying to determine if the tracrash was the result of mechanical error. >> he tried to apply the brakes but did not work. the brakes were not fully engaged. mourners remember the victims. the son of one man killed says his family is heartbroken. >> she came home, all of my brothers came into my room and she said he's gone. >> james lav vel was an audio technicians heading into the city to rockefeller
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